Pepper Seeds - Hot - Habanero Lemon


Non-GMO and heirloom Lemon Habanero pepper is for those that like it hot. Lemon Habanero pepper is between 100,000-350,000 on the Scoville Scale. This means this pepper is more than 20 times spicier than a jalapeno. The habanero pepper is small, with wrinkled skin, and is lemon-yellow. Habaneros grow best in warm, moist, and humid conditions. Lemon Habanero plants originated 8,000 years ago in modern-day Mexico, Peru, and Colombia. Pepper plants are compact, which means they can also be grown in containers. This is a great pepper plant to try if you like heat. Habanero plant is very productive, and you do not need many peppers to achieve super spicy food.

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Growing Lemon Habanero Pepper Vegetable Garden Seeds

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Lemon Habanero Pepper Growth Habits:

Lemon Habanero Pepper plants grow to 24 inches tall and wide. They are fairly compact in size. Habanero plants produce the most peppers when temperatures are at their hottest. Peppers will start off green and then turn to yellow. Skin will be thin and wrinkled. This is a sign they are ready to harvested.

Various Uses for Lemon Habanero Pepper:

Lemon Habanero Peppers can be eaten fresh, dried, frozen, or pickled. Use caution when handling these peppers, and consider wearing gloves. This is a great pepper variety to add extreme spice to salsas, sauces, and curries.

Lemon Habanero Pepper Benefits:

Spicy lemon habanero peppers have been shown to lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure, and fight weight gain. In the garden chili peppers are mutually beneficial planted alongside tomatoes and chives.

Additional Information:

Lemon Habanero peppers date back to biblical times.

Seeds Per Package:

  • 1 oz - Approximately 6,800 Seeds
  • 4 oz - Approximately 27,000 Seeds
  • 1 lb - Approximately 108,000 Seeds
  • 5 lb - Approximately 544,000 Seeds

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